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RAGE Open House - Wednesday - August 27th at Hamilton Park

Are you an Englewood residents looking to join forces with other residents to take action in the community? Have you heard about the efforts of R.A.G.E. and want to learn more? Or did you recently joined and don’t know where to start?? Either way, you are invited to a R.A.G.E. Open House/Orientation, Wednesday, August 27th at 6pm at Hamilton Park located at 513 W. 72nd St. (72nd & Normal). Please plan to join us to learn more about our initiatives and membership expectations. Any questions contact us at 866-845-1032 or email us at joinrage@gmail.com.

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RAGE + EC3 Host Back-to-School Finale of So Fresh Saturdays at Hamilton Park!

This summer, the Resident Association of Greater Englewood also known as R.A.G.E. hosted a five park tour in the name of peace throughout the Englewood and West Englewood community.

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Man pleads guilty to DUI crash that killed 6-year-old

The crash happened about 6:30 p.m. Feb. 16, 2010, and killed 6-year-old Jada Washington as she and her aunt stood on a median on Ashland Avenue just south of 74th Street, authorities said.

The two were walking to a store to buy candy when Lumpkin’s Dodge Caravan hit them, prosecutors claimed. Washington, of the 1400 block of West 73rd Street, was pronounced dead about an hour later at the University of Chicago Comer Children’s Hospital.

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Lumpkin, of the 7300 block of South Damen, was sentenced to 7 1/2 years in prison on the count involving a fatality, and 3 years on the count involving great bodily harm, court records show. The sentences will be served concurrently.

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'It's Just Gotten Ridiculous': Father of Four Killed While Walking Home

Clark, or "MC" as his family and friends called him, had watched Jackie Robinson West's latest win in the Little League World Series before leaving at 10:30 p.m. to take the short walk back to his home in the 7300 block of South Paulina Street.

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1st Annual ICEBOX DERBY, Aug 23rd, Field Museum 2pm

1st Annual ICEBOX DERBY, Aug 23rd, Field Museum 2pm

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Alderman Roderick T. Sawyer Brings "Alderman In Your Area" To Kusanya Cafe

Alderman Roderick T. Sawyer is bringing his office to your neighborhood.  Alderman Sawyer and his staff will be on hand to hear your concerns and deal with your service requests from 10am—2 pm this Friday at the Kusanya Cafe in Englewood.  Come out, meet the Alderman and his staff and support this great local business.

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Why bloomingdales coupon discounts are so prized?

Many online stores in the internet offer free coupons for various types of purchases in the online interface. However, despite this revolution of online coupons in the market, the essence of bloomingdales coupon discounts have been extremely popular even now. There have been many types of promotional discounts, but these coupons provide quite good discounts to its customers, and have maintained their reputation as well.

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2 shot, girl injures hand during afternoon shootings

In another shooting in the 7300 block of South Hermitage Avenue in the city's West Englewood neighborhood, a 26-year-old man was shot in the leg, said Sweeney.

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Most recently in the 2000 block of west 79th Street about 5 p.m., a 35-year-old man was shot in the chest, according to Chicago Police Department News Affairs Officer Thomas Sweeney. At last report the man was "stable" on the scene, in the city's Gresham neighborhood.

A 16-year-old girl injured her hand on a fence while running away from a shooting in the city's Stony Island Park neighborhood, Sweeney said. It happened about 1:30 p.m. when she was walking in the 1800 block of East 85th Street and someone opened fire from a vehicle.

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2 wounded in afternoon shootings

In another shooting in the 7300 block of South Hermitage Avenue in the city's West Englewood neighborhood, a 26-year-old man was shot in the leg, said Sweeney.

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Most recently in the 2000 block of west 79th Street about 5 p.m., a 35 man was shot in the chest, according to Chicago Police Department News Affairs Officer Thomas Sweeney. At last report the man was "stable" on the scene, in the city's Gresham neighborhood.

A 16-year-old girl injured her hand on a fence while running away from a shooting in the city's Stony Island Park neighborhood, Sweeney said. It happened about 1:30 p.m. when she was walking in the 1800 block of East 85th Street and someone opened fire from a vehicle.

Aug 19

Kusanya Cafe Website Launch Party

For the past six weeks our Englewood Codes youth of Teamwork Englewood have been hard at work building a new website for Kusanya Cafe.

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RAGE & Good In Englewood Featured on Ben Hollis New TV Show - Wild Life!

We are excited to share with our neighbors on everyblock our recent appearance on Ben Hollis New Show - W.I.L.D. Life!

The entire show is talking about the work of RAGE & how other residents feel about some of the positive things happening in Englewood! For more info about RAGE please contact us at 866-845-1032 or visit our website at www.ragenglewood.org

Check out the full episode here online - http://vimeo.com/103255117

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Camelot School moves to Emmanuel Baptist Church update.

Last night, the North Beverly Civic Assn hosted a community meeting with the leadership staff of this CPS Contract school at Greater Walter's Church. We heard the "dog and pony" show as well as rec'd beautiful literature on what this school intends to accomplish with "at risk" youths. Sounds wonderful, but we know that all roads to hell are paved with good intentions. I have never felt more proud and empowered to stand shoulder to shoulder with my community as...

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Last night, the North Beverly Civic Assn hosted a community meeting with the leadership staff of this CPS Contract school at Greater Walter's Church. We heard the "dog and pony" show as well as rec'd beautiful literature on what this school intends to accomplish with "at risk" youths. Sounds wonderful, but we know that all roads to hell are paved with good intentions. I have never felt more proud and empowered to stand shoulder to shoulder with my community as we expressed our concerns and disapproval for the opening of this school. Most of our arguments against it were not based on emotion alone, but substantiated facts regarding our demographics that are not consistent with their mission. I hope they received our feedback in the spirit in which it was delivered. No one denied the need for such a program, we were in disagreement about where it should be.

They stated that they would not open in a community that was not welcoming for their students. We stood up to show our consensus that we would not be that welcoming community and are hoping that they decide to seek shelter elsewhere. The executive director ended the meeting with a commitment to share our concerns immediately with the Pastor of Emmanuel as the lease has not been signed. We are awaiting the results of their discussion.

Meanwhile, I noticed that signs have been put up on Damen restricting parking and white lines have been drawn in the street. It appears they are planning to create a crosswalk in the middle of the block for the students entry into the school. Deception all around. This is not the time to sit still neighbors, we have to move swiftly to impact change. It's not over yet, when money is involved we have to stand firm and demand this lease is not signed. Next stop protest the church and hold them accountable for creating this upset in our community.

I'm not going anywhere, are you?

  • Glad you had success with this issue. At some point this issue has to be addressed on the city and state level. While "Joey H" states that you must accommodate all children, the way CPS is going about it is all wrong. Dangling dollars in front of cash strapped churches is not the way to do this.

    Now, you need to be on the lookout for homeless teen shelters because DCFS is dangling dollars as well.

  • Carol R A concerned Mom & citizen.

    Absolutly! You are so right about that.

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Kusanya's New Website, Designed By Englewood Codes Students

Kusanya's New Website, Designed By Englewood Codes Students

Aug 16

Pop-Up Resource Fair Hosted in Englewood

Join Changing Life Education as they host their Pop-Up Resource Fair at US Bank located at 815 w. 63rd Street Flr-4 from 10am-1pm August 16th.

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